Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Thu Nov 1 19:52:53 CET 2007
> I was a bit confused because i heard that PGP can intercept a mail form
> through SMTP and encrypt it , but that GnuPG can not?
GnuPG and PGP both support the OpenPGP specification (RFC2440). They
also each have some additional functionality. PGP has a mail proxy as
part of its additional functionality. GnuPG does not provide this.
I am not fond of the mail proxy idea, myself.
> Do i have to first output my mail form into a temp folder as a .txt file,
> and then encrypt the .txt file?
Probably not. I/O redirection will probably do the job for you.
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